A Pair Blue and White with Yellow Dutch Delft Tobaccojars


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A Pair Blue and White with Yellow Tobaccojars in Dutch Delftware

The ovoid shape of this pair of tobacco pots is provided with a rare decoration. The yellow diamond shaped cartouche is surrounded with floral cartouches and guirlandes and awarded with two sigares and flowers. Inscription in the cartouche is in the french language: "TDE BRESIL," and "TDE VIRGINIE,", means "Tabac de Bresil" and " Tabac de Virginie" . The bras lids en suite are from later date.

Ex collection: Mr. J.G. Wurfbain, till 1979 owner of the castle "De Gelderse Toren". The castle is a large round tower located in Spankeren (Rheden municipality) in the Dutch province of Gelderland. The castle is first mentioned in 1179.

Auctioned in December 1979 by "Notarishuis Arnhem".
Origin
Delft, Holland
Period
Beginning 18th century
Material
Dutch Delft earthenware
Signature
In manganese underglaze with "BP", for the factory "The Guilded Flowerpot"
Reference
115-621
Sizes
38 cm

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